Facebook Charged for Discriminatory Housing Ads by Department of Housing and Urban Development
On Thursday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development charged Facebook with violating the Fair Housing Act.
The ACLU Is Coming for Coachella
In 2018, two Coachella attendees said that they were barred from restrooms that corresponded with their gender identities. Now, the ACLU is demanding the music festival create a written policy that is more inclusive of transgender people.
Remembering Internment Camps, Lawmakers Aim to Ban Identity-Based Detention
A new bill introduced by Tammy Duckworth, Mazie Hirono, and Mark Takano will ban the US from detaining individuals on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
New Bill Aims to Prevent Gender Dysphoria 'Disease' From Spreading to Kids
House Bill 1108, which forbids teachers from educating their students about gender dysphoria, passed through the South Dakota House on Tuesday. The bill's sponsor claims it will "save" youth from getting "this disease."
The Scarlet Letter Reports
'We're Disposable': Former NFL Cheerleader Bailey Davis Speaks Out
In this episode of "The Scarlet Letter Reports," Amanda Knox speaks with Bailey Davis, who began to fight back against gender discrimination after being terminated for a "dirty" Instagram post.
How to Respond to Your Ignorant Coworker’s Microaggressions
Unintentional biases wear away at your self esteem. Here are some strategies for curtailing unwelcome and discriminatory comments from coworkers—whether they are directed at you or someone else.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
A Clerk Called the Cops on a Kid Buying Candy for Being 'Black' and 'Arrogant'
"The first thing that popped in my mind absolutely was just discrimination."
transgender health care
Trans Woman Says CVS Refused to Fill Her Hormone Prescription
Hilde Hall tells the ACLU she left an Arizona CVS near tears after the pharmacist on duty "humiliated" her.
New York City Is a Nightmare for Disabled People
The subway is a mess, and taxis and rideshares aren’t always accommodating to disabled passengers.
Black Farmers File Discrimination Suit Alleging that They Were Sold Fake Seeds
A group of black farmers in Tennessee claims they were intentionally sold $100,000 worth of fake soybean seeds by Stine Seed Company.
Essays on Religious Exemptions
My Daughter's Dream Wedding Venue Rejected Her Because She's Gay
This isn’t about wedding venues or cakes: Discrimination leaves people feeling less worthy, and often less than human.
Musicians Are Poorer and More Abused Than Regular People, Survey Says
A new report sheds stark light on income, discrimination, harassment, mental health, and other challenges facing musicians in the US.